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M3#1472

3D surfaces representing the three-dimensionally fossilised head of Acanthodes confusus

Data citation: Richard Dearden Logo, Anthony Herrel Logo and Alan Pradel Logo, 2024. M3#1472. doi: 10.18563/m3.sf.1472

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Information
Sex : indet

Age (if applicable) : Cisuralian

Material Type : Head

Origin : Lebach

Taxonomy
Class : Chondrichthyes

Order : Acanthodiformes

Family : Acanthodidae

Genus : Acanthodes

Species :confusus


Description
An ironstone concretion preserving the three-dimensionally fossilised head of a fish

Related article
3D models related to the publication: The pharynx of the iconic stem-group chondrichthyan Acanthodes Agassiz, 1833 revisited with micro computed tomography.
Richard Dearden, Anthony Herrel and Alan Pradel
Published online: 25/06/2024

Keywords: acanthodian; branchial skeleton; chondrichthyan; Permian; pharynx

https://doi.org/10.18563/journal.m3.226

  Abstract

    This contribution contains 3D models of the cranial endoskeleton of three specimens of the Permian ‘acanthodian’ stem-group chondrichthyan (cartilaginous fish) Acanthodes confusus, obtained using computed tomography. These datasets were described and analyzed in Dearden et al. (2024) “3D models related to the publication: The pharynx of the iconic stem-group chondrichthyan Acanthodes Agassiz, 1833 revisited with micro computed tomography.” Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 


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